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About nathanalbright

I'm a person with diverse interests who loves to read. If you want to know something about me, just ask.

Book Review: What’s In Your Wallet

What’s In Your Wallet, by Lawrence J. Beharry [Note: This book was provided free of charge by the author in exchange for an honest review.] The title of this book contains a clever reference to the saying by Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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Check My Swag

One of the more intriguing and amusing aspects of preparing for a business conference like Domopalooza [1] is trying to gather swag. There are a lot of popular misconceptions about swag, especially the way that most people know it (aside … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hearts Of Fire

Hearts Of Fire: Eight Women In The Underground Church And Their Stories Of Costly Faith, by The Voice Of The Martyrs [Note: This book was provided free of charge by VOM Press in exchange for an honest review.] This particular … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Jim Croce

The story is a sad and all too familiar one. A musician toils for years in obscurity, facing the opposition of his family, frustrations with the corruption of the music industry, before achieving breakthrough mainstream success. At that moment of … Continue reading

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Advice To A New Blogger

Today, a coworker of mine asked me for advice about blogging for her partner, who was encouraged to start a blog by some of her professors. As I have a reputation for being an experienced blogger, and a relatively popular … Continue reading

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Little Lamb, Little Lamb, Who Made Thee

As may be expected by the season that we are in, both the Bible study and sermon this past Sabbath focused a great deal on the New Testament Passover and on the implications of the sacrifice of a perfect Lamb … Continue reading

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Secretary’s Notes: Part Six

[Note: This blog is part of a continuing series that gives a first impression of the minutes for the Spokesmen’s Club meetings [1].] For the third straight time, tonight’s Spokesmen’s club started late on account of waiting for club members … Continue reading

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I Can’t Understand What I’m After

For some bizarre reason, in the course of my wandering today, the song “Shark Attack” by Grouplove played, a song I must admit I am fond of. It fit well with the shark-themed Puerto Vallarta t-shirt I wore to volleyball … Continue reading

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Book Review: Arab Spring, Christian Winter

Arab Spring, Christian Winter: Islam Unleashed On The Church And The World, by Ralph Stice [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Life Sentence Publishing/Aneko Press in exchange for an honest review. A copy of the book can … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Bible In Pop Culture

All You Want To Know About The Bible In Pop Culture: Finding Our Creator In Superheroes, Prince Charming, And Other Modern Marvels, by Kevin Harvey [Note: This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for … Continue reading

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